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Male Genital Piercings

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Here we have collected the products in the range that are particularly suitable for intimate piercings in the penis.

Of course, you can use basically all rings, rods, banana bells etc in our range, but below you see the range that is commonly used.

Prince Albert
Prince Albert, also simply called PA, is the most common of the piercings in the penis.

The piercing consists of a ring or circular barbell, which goes into the urethra and out to the underside where the glans meets the shaft. Although this piercing can look brutal, it is one of the easiest to do and even easier to heal as the tissue you go through is very thin but very strong. As the piercing often comes in contact with urine, which is sterile for your own body and acts as an effective and natural washing product, it heals very well. If you take care of it, it usually heals completely in 4-9 weeks. Safe sex is of course a necessity throughout healing and keep in mind that any form of play can be annoying during the first few weeks.

We recommend that you start with a ring of 2.0mm or 2.4mm and then stretch if you wish. This skin is so elastic that it can possibly stretch itself, especially if you wear heavier jewelry. It is not uncommon to see 5mm, 6mm, 8mm or larger sizes in Prince Albert. Rings or horseshoes are usually the most comfortable jewelry during healing, but curved rods may be a later choice. You should check that the ball at the urethral orifice is larger than the orifice itself, so that it does not risk entering the urethra. This can be very inconvenient and can also cause splashes. Make sure that the threaded balls fit well at regular intervals, so that you do not risk dropping them somewhere where they should not be.

The most common question about this piercing is how the piercing will affect when urinating. In many cases, it does not affect much more than a few drops. For others, it may be necessary to either hold the jewelry in a specific way while urinating, or sit down.

Many men think about how it feels once it has healed. Prince Albert can be quite stimulating as it passes through the urethra. A PA can also be enhancing for the person at the receiving end, both with the extra length and for the hardness of the jewelry.

Prince Albert is a pretty safe choice. If you are considering taking the step and doing a first genital piercing, then a PA is a great choice to start with. It is easy to make, easy to heal and feels good for everyone involved. Win win in other words.

Reverse PA is like a half Apadravy piercing without a PA. The piercing goes in through the urethra, like a PA, but goes out on the top of the glans, usually in the middle. The healing is most similar to that of an apadravya and is slightly longer than the healing for a normal PA, as the tissue you pierce is thicker.

The piercing is made with a ring of at least 2.4 mm in thickness, with extra space in diameter for possible swelling and erection. Having already a PA does not exclude that you can get a Reverse PA, as both constitute an Apadravya. You can wear separate rings through each piercing, or combine them both with a rod for the effect of an Apadravya.

All male genital piercings can bleed in the first few days when it is newly made. It is therefore recommended that you take it easy these days.

Ampallang is when you insert a rod horizontally through the glans of the penis. It can be placed either above the urethra or through, but since the piercing is both stronger and much easier to heal as it passes through the urethra, there is usually no advantage in placing it above. In terms of pain, there is no difference, but the urine acts as a natural wash, which speeds up healing. Due to this, many piercers refuse to perform Ampallang piercings that do not pass through the urethra.
The jewelry should be a rod at least 2.4mm thick, generally a little longer than for an Apadravya

Apadravyan is a vertical piercing through the glans. The apadra view is traditionally located in the middle of the depression on the top of the glans, then passing through the urethra and out the underside where a PA is normally located. The amount of skin in this piercing is quite large, so even though the genital tissue has a fast healing time, this piercing can take several months to heal. It can take up to a year before the piercing is fully healed.

Abstinence is thankfully not necessary throughout the healing period, but the longer you wait with sex the better. Also try to avoid all forms of play during the initial period when you may be sore. This is usually a few weeks. After that, just try it out and see what works. Like other genital piercings, we suggest that a condom be used for all types of sex, including oral sex, during the healing period. This also applies if you have a single partner.

We suggest starting with a rod that is at least 2.0mm, as thinner jewelry can cut against the delicate tissue, especially during sex or harder play. The initial rod should be long enough to allow both swelling and erection. Once healed, some people think that a shorter rod is more comfortable, as it gives more pressure, while others want a little more length or larger balls. Depending on the positions you use, this piercing may be useful for stimulating both the g-spot and the prostate.


This piercing is usually done in pairs and is small rods that go through the edge of the glans. It is not a regular piercing, as the wearer must have a clear edge to be able to heal them. Even if you have a clear edge, the risk of emigration is quite high.

We do not recommend this piercing to men who are not circumcised.
These piercings actually have the reputation of helping to replace some of the lost feeling from circumcision.


This is often the first genital piercing for many men, as it is not a little scary as a PA and less intense than many of the piercings in the glans. It has a classic look and can be "extended" with more, like a ladder, both towards the top and towards the base of the shaft.

The traditional Frenumen passes through the loose skin mass on the underside of the shaft, below the frenulum string. The piercing should go through the area with some excess fleshy tissue about 25 mm from the glans and not, as it is incorrectly placed, through the too thin string between the shaft and the glans. The piercing can then be repeated, at a reasonable distance, along the entire shaft, on which / all sides, until you run out of space.

The placement of the traditional Frenumen is extremely important, as it is one of the most sensitive areas of the penis. An effective Frenum can increase the stimulation of the wearer, as well as of their partner.

The piece of jewelery we put in from the beginning is a rod of at least 2.5 mm. Thinner jewelry can tear the skin during sex, and can increase the risk of the piercing emigrating (ejected).
The length of the rod is usually 10mm, but this can vary. An alternative, well healed, is a ring large enough to fold over the glans, but small enough to be held in place behind the glans edge during erection (like a built-in cock ring). If this is your desired result, you may want to consider placing it just in front of the traditional placement.


The scrotum piercing is done through the outer skin layers of the scrotum and can be placed basically anywhere. The "traditional" placement is on either side of the sac, above the testicles. When choosing jewelry, ring is the most common and most suitable choice, although rods, both curved and circular (horseshoes) can work. We recommend a thickness of at least 2.0mm, with a diameter of at least 12mm. A thickness of 3.2mm is acceptable, but thicker than that can make healing difficult due to the weight of the jewelry. But well healed, both larger sizes and weights can be fun!


Pubic is a surface piercing at the root of the penis. Seen from a stimulating perspective, this piercing is more for your partner's enjoyment than for you who wear it. In a missionary position, many consider this to be a clitoral tickler.

Healing for Pubic follows the guidelines for surface piercings and can be both prolonged and unpredictable. As it is a surface piercing and it can withstand quite a lot of friction and pressure, the chances of keeping it in the long run are not so good, as they tend to grow out gradually. The piece of jewelery we recommend is a surface barbell, which roughly looks like a staple. However, this jewelry minimizes the benefits to your partner.

The opposite of this piercing can be done on the underside of the penis, where the shafts meet the scrotum. This piercing is usually called Lorum or Low Frenum. A straight rod is usually the best choice of jewelry for this piercing, as it behaves largely like a Frenum.


A Guiche, in English pronounced geesh, resembles a scrotumpiercing but is placed between the back of the scrotum and the anus. The healing time is slightly longer than for a Scrotum, as it is more exposed to wear and tear from sitting, walking, etc. It can be difficult to heal with normal activities, but becomes almost impossible to heal if you are considering spending a lot of time on a bicycle, horse or motorcycle.

The location is very important for this piercing if you want maximum stimulation. The best placement roughly corresponds to the position of the prostate, where the weight from the jewelry can stimulate. This can be a very sensual piercing regardless of orientation and can also be fun for your partner to play with.

The jewelry is usually a ring of 2.4mm in thickness, although curved rods and horseshoes may appeal to some. This is also a good piercing to stretch, but watch out for the impact from a large diameter ring in full swing!

These piercings are normally positioned so that the rings are at the top of the penis when the foreskin is rolled up. As the skin is so thin, they can heal quite quickly, but since there can be a lot of movement in that area, you can add the healing time of about 2-3 months. The pain should be minimal for these.

Rings of 2.0mm or 2.4mm are recommended as initial jewelry. Thinner jewelry can risk tearing the skin in the event of wear from normal sex. Thicker jewelry can be too heavy in a newly made piercing and thereby prolong healing. However, this piercing is quite easy to stretch well healed, so all of you who think bigger is better can sleep peacefully.